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in alabama, mississippi and in the great state of hawaii as well. now as you know the polls just closed about an hour ago, exactly an hour ago, in mississippi and alabama. the latest results that we have from alabama and mississippi right now, in mississippi, nbc is declaring the race there to be too close to call. also a three-way race, 6% in with the vote in in mississippi, mitt romney and rick santorum 32%, newt gingrich at 29%. ron paul, fourth place with 6% of the vote. on to alabama, nbc news is declaring the alabama primary at this point too close to call. right now with only 1% of the vote in in alabama, rick santorum with 33%, mitt romney 32%, newt gingrich 27%, ron paul in fourth place with 6%. both of these races in alabama and mississippi not only too close to call but described as three-way races at this point. we're watching the numbers very closely as they come in, don't extrapolate too much from the very small percent of the vote that is in now. take those nbc characterizations of the race seriously but basically we'll watch throughout the night as the numbers come in. whether
. while we await hawaii's results, the big story of the night is the deep south. in alabama and mississippi, former republican senator rick santorum of pennsylvania is the projected winner tonight of the alabama republican primary right now, how much percent of the vote do we have in there? sorry. 99% of the vote in there. rick santorum projected to win alabama with 35% of the vote. mississippi, rick santorum has been declared the winner tonight in the mississippi republican primary as well in terms of a vote that's in mississippi, 99% of the mississippi vote in. rick santorum projected to win with 33% of the vote. this has most of all, i think this is important to say, because i don't think it's the way it's being headlined right now, but this is most of all a bad night for newt gingrich. let's be honest. it has been a great night for rick santorum, but it's mostly been a bad night for newt gingrich. and as a courtesy to the winner tonight, i want you to hear first tonight from rick santorum, because he did win, addressing his supporters in lafayette, louisiana. this us jus
of the republican primary elections in mississippi and alabama here on "the ed show" tonight. polls are closed in both states, at this hour, mississippi is too close to call, too early to call. and alabama the same situation. both states, too close to call. these contests are critical for rick santorum and also newt gingrich. both candidates are still trying to prove they have what it takes to compete for the long haul. gingrich says he won't drop out of the race, win, lose or draw. >> we stayed in the race for two reasons. i don't believe the other two candidates can beat obama and i believe this is the most important race of our life time and i will not leave the field. >> meanwhile, rick santorum has taken a different southern strategy, campaign sent out a mailer to alabama voters highlighting praise for conservatives, including the quote from rush limbaugh. who says "i know that if rick santorum were elected president i wouldn't have one doubt any day what he would be fighting for, not one. and it would be great if he could get there." mitt romney is still trying to win any southern state
of the night is the deep south. in alabama and mississippi, former republican senator rick santorum, of pennsylvania, the is the projected winner of the alabama republican prooichl. right now in terms 06, how much percentage of the vote do we have in? >> 99% of the vote. rick santorum projected to wix with 35% of the vote. the same story in the gate state of mississippi. rick santorum has been declared the winner the mississippi republican primary in terms of the vote in mississippi. this is important to say. >>> this is, most of all, a bad night for newt gingrich. let's be honest. its within a great night for risks but mostly, a bad night for newt gingrich. i want you to hear from rick santorum addressing his supporters in lafayette, louisiana, a short time ago. >> we did it again! i just want to say first to the people of alabama, you made a great difference tonight, thank you very, very much for your support. we'll compete everywhere. the time is now for conservatives to pull together. the time is now to make sure, to make sure that we have the best chance to win this election an
of alabama, you made a great difference tonight, thank you very, very much for your support. we'll compete everywhere. the time is now for conservatives to pull together. the time is now to make sure, to make sure that we have the best chance to win this election and the best chance to win this election is to nominate conservative to go up against barack obama and take him on every issue. >> now as good a night as this was for rick santorum, it has been that bad a night for newt gingrich. newt gingrich, essentially staked his entire campaign at this point on a southern strategy and he talked about it openly. this was all -- the whole idea for him staying in the race, the whole justification was his ability to get the vote in southern states. he lost in alabama and he's trailing rick santorum by more than 30,000 votes. and he lost to risk nz mississippi. he's not losing to mitt romney and mitt romney's money which have been mr. gingrich's excuse so far when he lost. he's losing to rick santorum. so the next big question is, when is newt gingrich going to get out? if mr. gingrich, his major
will close in two states, mississippi and alabama, and find out if the mitt romney can close up the gop nomination or somebody has a sudden death moment. is it the mitt night or not? we will ask the chairman of his campaign, tim pawlenty. let's go "outfront." >>> good evening, everybody, i'm erin burnett and "outfront" we are counting down and it is game time. it is the political game going on tonight. the republican candidate goesing for the deep south and we have big prizes up for grabs, mi mississippi and alabama, and the total delegates at stake tonight in those two states is 84. if you are keeping track, more than 8 million votes nationwide have been cast in 26 primaries and caucuses so far. the horse race over the past several days has been truly tightening for the states up for grabs the night, and sit down to the wire. we are less than an hour away from the polls closing and will it be sudden death for one of the four candidates to give this country a little clarity of who is in and who might be out of what is a roller coaster race? can newt gingrich rise again as we call canned
of an agitator was he? >> well, my dad found it an independent space party in alabama at the time than the regular party was dominated by a george wallace and the dixiecrats and despite being a dentist in the time valedictorian, he, his education put hundreds of thousands of dollars in his own money in the 60's mind you into this early political party so that alabama could vote for lyndon johnson rather than george wallace and the hundreds of thousands of new regularly black voters would have people to vote for, couldn't just folk but also run for office, so that plus his life work and he was committed to recapturing the greatness of african-americans and political participation because his grandfather had been a free construction legislator and he grew up hearing about his grandfather while he was coming of age in jim crow, and a radicalized him to be living under jim crow in alabama while hearing about the fact that black people used to have political power and be in office including his family. >> who was hershel cashin? >> my grandfather, he was the first black lawyer in the state
in mississippi and alabama -- listen, i've had this wonderful relationships and friendships and my daughters cathie and jackie and jackie's husband, jimmy, we've all had a terrific time here. jimmy's already gotten out of it a commitment to go bass fishing. ray indicated he thought he could give jimmy a fairly good afternoon of bass. from jimmy's standpoint, this is already a great, successful evening. but we've all been out campaigning. we've all had a wonderful response and we're all very, very grateful. i want to tell you just a second what will become a challenge, we'll now have three or four days of the news media and they'll say, why doesn't gingrich quit? these were people, by the way, who said last june i was dead. they recycle this every six weeks. the biggest challenge will be raising money because we came in second. we would have gotten delegates -- between santorum and myself, we'll get over two-thirds of the delegates and the so-called front-runner will get less than one-third of the delegates. they'll have all this talk. the person who gives me hope, and who makes me stay in th
in the deep south. we are going to bring you the latest from alabama and mississippi and analyze how tonight's results might reshape the gop race. >> on the national political scene with former san francisco mayor political power player and the most dapper dresser in all of politics, willie brown. >> mitt romney drops a bombshell, saying he plans to get rid of planned parenthood if he gets elected. come on inside. >> it's election night here in the war room. we're going straight to the big board to get the latest results from mississippi and alabama. not a whole lot in yet, only 2%. mississippi, newt gingrich trailing with just 2%, santorum and romney, romney looking pretty good with 34%. we head over, oops, excuse me, we're heading over to alabama, we've got just a couple little counties in as you can see. there only 1% in, romney with 36%, santorum 30% and newt gingrich 25%. cnn exit polls might give you a better view of what height happen tonight. in mississippi, the expectation among overall is that romney would win based upon cnn exit poll little at 33%, second would be santorum and thi
have the latest primary results. bret? >> reporter: we are possibly close to a call in alabama. rick santorum appears to be leading and may be pulling away from newt gingrich and mitt romney in alabama. as you look at the raw vote. a win for santorum would asad to the momentum of the victory in kansas, 47 delegates are in albammasm we are watching closely, exit polls and raw vote inform mississippi, they are all fighting it out. all three. there are 37 delegateses in mississippi, very tight. loots take a look at the exit polls. nearly half of the voters in alabama says it means it's a great deal that the candidate shares their religious belief. santorum got the highest vote of that group. all were asked, which candidate is most likely to defeat obama. half said romney, santorrum and gingrich split the other half. we will break in for any calls. a full 11:00 p.m. eesh hour and we head back to greta and "on the record." >> right now, candidate for president, rick santorum is here by phone. good evening. we have not called alabama. tell me your thoughts as the votes are being counted in
and alabama right now. this could be a good 2340ig9 for santorum. >> another nail biter in the republican race for the white house. >> tonight, a new nigfight for deep south with jabs at romney's soft spot. >> i'm learning to say y'all. >> two rivals jump at another chance to trip up the front runner. >> unlike one of my competitors i have had grits before. >> and knock each other out. >> i would like everyone to drop out. >> will all four candidates still be standing after three new contests in alabama, mississippi, and hawaii? it's america's choice. mitt romney is the clear leader in the delegate race, but he's still a long way from claiming the nomination. >> we're counting up the delegates for the convention, it looks good. and we're counting down the days november, and that looks even better. >> rick santorum is giving romney a run for his money after cutting into his super tuesday win. >> we have won in the west, the midwest, and the south, and we're ready to win across this country. >> newt gingrich with proven appeal in the south, thinks this could be his night. >> if we win alabama an
americans come hispanic americans, employes and bearing in alabama. mostly black. 50 percent of the black people they're unemployed. south coast paper is doing something about it. a lot of the business owners need paper. mommy's to buy paper. by south coast paper. doing something good for america. that's what i say to those folks. >> host: we have a couple minutes left. i'm interested in what is next for you and then where things go from here. >> well, we really in the beginning wanted this to be inspiring a movement. not that i would ever insult to our great leader, rosa parks, by comparing my sacrifice there's, but we were trying to pay tribute to her legacy. we did want this to be a story where one family took a stand in the community. so what we hope will come from the experiment is that we can actually create a campaign. we have been talking to a lot of folks. i do this all day every day. we have celebrities who are willing to be spokespeople for this. we have everyday folks like you make a little commitment. we spent $90,000 within our community that we would not have. we want folks
mississippi and alabama. here on a live edition of "the ed show" tonight on msnbc. nbc news projects rick santorum as the winner of the alabama republican primary. in mississippi, nbc news has now called the race for rick santorum. this is a major victory for rick santorum and a major defeat for newt gingrich and mitt romney. just hours ago, romney was saying santorum's campaign was running on fumes. >> the reagan tradition of visionary conservatism is based on proverbs and the very deep belief that without vision the people perish. i believe we need a visionary leader who's prepared to talk about a dramatically better future with dramatically more jobs, dramatically more energy and a much safer and stronger america. i think that's the key to winning this fall. not all this petty baloney but the really big choices. as i went around both states talking about $2.50 gasoline, having all sorts of folks in elite media say, that's not possible, then finally on saturday in "the wall street journal" a piece was entitled, newt gingrich is right about gasoline. and he walked through step by step wh
and alabama here on a live edition of "the ed show" tonight on msnbc. nbc news projects rick santorum as the winner of the alabama republican primary. in mississippi, nbc news has now called the race for rick santorum. this is a major victory for rick santorum and major defeat for mitt romney and newt gingrich. hours ago they were saying santorum's campaign was running on fumes. >> the reagan tradition of visionary conservatism is based on proverbs and the very deep belief that without vision the people perish. i believe we need a visionary leader who is prepared to talk about a dramatically better future with dramatically more jobs, dramatically more energy and a much safer and stronger america. i think that's the key to winning this fall. not all this petty baloney, but the really big choices. and as i went around both states talking about $2.50 gasoline, having all sorts of folks in the elite media say, oh, that's not possible, then finally on saturday in "the wall street journal," jennings wrote a piece entitled "newt gingrich is right about gasoline." he walked through step by st
now to the next big battleground in the presidential race, the deep south, alabama and mississippi hold their primaries the next 48 hours. rick santorum and mitt romney, the latest polling shows an extremely tight race between the three candidates in alabama. and here's the most recent snapshot in mississippi. an american research poll shows gingrich leading there, but still in a statistical dead heat with romney. and in the overall delegate hunt, romney remains the clear front-runner. santorum is in second place with 203, followed by gingrich with 118 and paul trailing the back with 56 delegates. >>> mississippi voters are getting a lot of face time with the candidates. today rick santorum says that restaurants in -- newt gingrich attends a search service in the town of brandon followed by a campaign rally. both appeared on a sunday morning talk shows and asked about their chances come tuesday. >> we're looking of the a clean sweep you think on tuesday in the south ". >> it's a pretty tough battle ground down there, it's newt's background, we're out there running the insurgent cam
? it all depends on who wins. what could be three-way squeakers in mississippi and alabama. mitt romney hopes the santorum/gingrich split vote means he could sneak a victory in dixie. >>> for the second day in a row we get a national poll that finds president obama's approval rating slipping as gas prices continue to soar. the white house very defensive on this issue. is there more to these poll results than meet the eye. >>> and the fallout grows after that tragic killing spree in afghanistan. protests on the rise in afghanistan, and here at home pressure builds on the president to bring the troops home. has war fatigue among americans reached an actual tipping point? it's tuesday, march 13th, it's 2012, it's southern super tuesday. this is "the daily rundown," i'm chuck todd. >>> a romney victory tonight in either alabama or mississippi would knock fence sitters off the fence. if gingrich loses either of these southern states, where can he win and where does he go. ahead of today's contest the candidates have declared themselves adopted sons of the south. for these northern republican
swing. the republican presidential candidates look for votes in mississippi and alabama. two primaries that could tighten the race. >>> campus shooting. two people are dead after a gunman opens fire at the university of pittsburgh. >> this has never happened in our school and in this area. >> this has never happened in our school and in this area. i'm just like so worried. captioning funded by cbs >>> this is the "cbs morning news" for friday, march 9, 2012. well, good morning everybody. thanks for joining us on this friday. i'm betty nguyen. we begin with a debate over how to handle iran's nuclear ambitions. in washington this week, israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu was urged by the obama administration to hold off on any military action. netanyahu said yesterday he has no plans to attack iran in the coming days or weeks. the former head of israel's intelligence service meir dagan thinks that's a good idea. he told "60 minutes" correspondent lesley stahl that military action before all diplomatic actions are exhausted would be foolhardy. >> you have said publicly that bombing
industry. i've had it. sorry, i've had it. the alabama and mississippi primaries were last night and the stakes for romney were high or as mitt would say just the right height. because if he won either state he could dispel doubt about his appeal to conservatives and i would have to start loving him which, of course, i have do as long as i have no other choice but i do because after a week of candidates forcing cheesy grits down their throats and y'alls out of their throats the deep south has spoken and for once the nation could understand what they were saying. >> rick santorum's surprise in the south. he wins the alabama and mississippi primaries. >> mitt romney walks out in third place in alabama and mississippi. >> it's very clear that none of the candidates can sew up in this nomination before tampa. >> it means a long, slow painful slog toรง this nomination. >> stephen: long, slow and painful. thairchl you jesus. this is great. the democrats had the same situation when they won last time in 2008. now republicans get that hillary versus obama magic minus any women or black
in mississippi and in alabama, we have had just wonderful relationships and friendships and my daughters cathy and jackie and her husband have had a terrific time here, jimmy's already gotten out of ray scott, a commitment to go bass fishing and ray has indicated he thought he could give jimmy a fairly good afternoon of bass. from jimmy's standpoint, this is a great, successful evening. we have all been out campaigning and had a wonderful response and we are very, very grateful. i want to try just a second, what will become a challenge, we will have three or four days of news media and they will all say why doesn't newt gingrich quit? in june, they said i was dead. they recycle this every 6 weeks. the biggest challenge will be raising money because we came in second, which is as much as we wanted and we have gotten delegates, between santorum and myself, we will get two-thirds of the delegates and the so-called frontrunner will have less than a third of the delegates and they will have all of this talk. the person who gives me hope special makes me stay in this race and makes me committed to c
all of you will take to heart. i'm very grateful in mississippi and alabama. i have had just wonderful relationships and friendships and my daughters kathy and jackie, and jackie's husband jimmy had a terrific time here, jimmy has gotten a commitment to go bass fishing. ray indicated he thought he can give a good afternoon of bass. from jimmy's standpoint this is a great, successful evening. but we've been out campaigning and had a wonderful response and we're grateful. i want to tell you in just a moment what will be a challenge is that there will be three, four days in the news media. these are the people who said last june i was dead. i recycle this every six weeks. biggest challenge will be raising money. and we will have gotten delegates, we'll get between santorum and myself we'll get over two thirds of the delegates and so called front runner will get less than one third but there is all of this talk. the person that gives me hope and makes me stay in this race and makes me committed -- committed to carrying ideas to tampa is samuel sanford an unemployed person who decided after
in mississippi and alabama. i have had just wonderful relationships and friendships and my daughters kathy and jackie, and jackie's husband jimmy had a terrific time here, jimmy has gotten a commitment to go bass fishing. ray indicated he thought he can give a good afternoon of bass. from jimmy's standpoint this is a great, successful evening. but we've been out campaigning and had a wonderful response and we're grateful. i want to tell you in just a moment what will be a challenge is that there will be three, four days in the news media. these are the people who said last june i was dead. i recycle this every six weeks. biggest challenge will be raising money. and we will have gotten delegates, we'll get between santorum and myself we'll get over two thirds of the delegates and so called front runner will get less than one third but there is all of this talk. the person that gives me hope and makes me stay in this race and makes me committed -- committed to carrying ideas to tampa is samuel sanford an unemployed person who decided after hearing my speech on c-span or internet that he real
evening. i'm chris matthews in washington. >>> leading off tonight, "survivor," alabama and mississippi edition. somebody could get voted off the island. mitt romney needs one win tonight to prove he can win in the south. rick santorum needs one win to remain mitt romney's chief rival. newt gingrich need tops win one to stay viable. and they can't all win one state, so something has to give down south. polls close in misand alabama in one hour, 8:00 eastern and msnbc will bring you up-to-the-minute coverage as votes come in. at 11:00 p.m. eastern, we'll have a full wrap-up of the day's voting on "the ed show." >> chuck todd is political editor and michael steel, former republican party. there are several possible outcomes, there's two states, how many outcomes can there be from the votes tonight in mississippi and alabama? first, let's say santorum wins both tonight. if that happens, that means newt gets blown out of the race, i think. and santorum secures the position of clearly number-one challenger to mitt romney. let's stop. here's another possibility. gingrich could win both tonigh
breaking news tonight. rick santorum wins alabama. and republicans are having a three-way in mississippi. >> it is a deep pride primary day down in dixie. >> it's southern super tuesday. >> the battle for the deepest of the deep red southern states, mississippi and alabama. >> we thought super tuesday was going to give some finality to this race, and it didn't. >> this is a race that has been going on and on and on. >> this is going to go way, way, way into the spring. >> you can't win the nomination if you don't win the south. >> they can't get the folks going down there. >> mitt romney is still struggling with his blue-collar roots. >> my father never graduated from college. he apprenticed as a laugh-and-plaster carpenter. >> his blue-collar roots don't exist. >> he's been back and forth, back and forth. >> he flip-flops. >> he has been eating grits and saying y'all. >> i'm learning to say y'all. morning, y'all. i like grits. i got started right this morning with biscuits and cheesy grits. >> grits. >> cheesy grits strategy isn't working. >> clearly not a good ad-lib campaigner. >> he,
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